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LANGUAGES OF EUROPE - Bulgarian 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Croatian 25% developed  as of Jul 18, 2005 - Danish 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Dutch 50% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - English... - Finnish... - French... - German... - Gothic 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Greek... - Icelandic 25% developed - Irish Gaelic 25% developed - Italian 25% developed - Latin... - Lowland Scots 25% developed  as of Jul 22, 2007 - Manx 25% developed  as of 2 Nov 2007 - Neapolitan 25% developed  as of Aug 20, 2005 - Norwegian... - Polish 25% developed - Portuguese... - Romanian 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Russian 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Serbian 25% developed  as of Oct 9, 2005 - Scottish Gaelic 25% developed  as of Dec 4, 2008 - Spanish... - Swedish 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Turkish 50% developed  as of Apr 18, 2007 - Ukrainian 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Welsh 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Yiddish...LANGUAGES OF ASIA - Azerbaijani 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Chechen 25% developed  as of 11 November 2007 - Chinese... - Gujarati 25% developed - Hindi... - Japanese 50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Kannada 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Korean 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Manchu 50% developed  as of Jul 30, 2008 - Marathi 25% developed  as of Oct 26, 2007 - Punjabi 25% developed  as of August 12, 2008 - Sanskrit 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tajik 25% developed  as of 05 April 2007 - Tamil 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Telugu 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Urdu 25% developed  as of 5 April 2007 - Uzbek 25% developed  as of April 05, 2007 - Vietnamese 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000LANGUAGES OF THE AMERICAS - Miskito 100% developed  as of Jan 6, 2008 - Miwok 25% developed  as of Feb 10, 2005 - Nahuatl 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Quechua 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000LANGUAGES OF THE PACIFIC - Indonesian 50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Kapampangan 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2007 - Tagalog 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tetum 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tok Pisin 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000LANGUAGES OF AFRICA - Afrikaans 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005 - Bambara 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Zulu 0% developed  as of May 22, 2005LANGUAGES OF THE MIDDLE EAST - Arabic 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Modern Hebrew 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Persian 25% developed - Sumerian 0% developed  as of Feb 20, 2006SIGN LANGUAGES - American Sign Language 0% developed  as of Mar 21, 2005CONSTRUCTED LANGUAGES - Esperanto 50% developed  as of February 18, 2006 - Lingua Franca Nova 100% developed  as of July, 2007 - Lojban 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Novial 75% developed - Quenya 100% developed - Slovio 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tengwar 100% developed - Toki Pona 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Unilingua 75% developed  as of Mar 16, 2005OTHER LANGUAGE BOOKS - Authoring Foreign Language Textbooks 50% developed  as of Dec 4, 2008 - How to Learn a Language 75% developed  as of Dec 4, 2008 - Understanding Scientific Terminology 75% developed  as of Jan 23, 2008 - Visual Language Interpreting 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000

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Sparse text 0% Developing text 25% Maturing text 50% Developed text 75% Comprehensive text 100%

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Languages of Africa


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Languages of the Americas

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The Miskito language is spoken by nearly 200,000 people in Nicaragua and Honduras. Miskitu Aisas! ("Speak Miskito!") presents the language through graded, user-friendly lessons.


(For English..., French..., Portuguese..., Spanish... see Languages of Europe.)


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Languages of Asia

(For Hebrew see Languages of the Middle East.)

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Languages of Europe

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Latin was the everyday language of the Romans and the basis of Romance languages. Studying Latin will make it easy to learn any such language. As you learn this classical language, you'll connect with Julius Caesar and many other famous Romans. Furthermore, the study of Latin will develop a firm linguistic foundation, bridging the gap between you and some of the greatest writers, scientists, and thinkers.


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The Spanish language is spoken by over 450 million persons worldwide. Join their number with the help of this engaging beginner's textbook.

(For Afrikaans see Languages of Africa. For Azerbaijani see Languages of Asia. For Hebrew see Languages of the Middle East.)


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Languages of the Middle East

(For Yiddish... see Languages of Europe.)


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Languages of the Pacific


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Sign Languages


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Constructed Languages


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Other Language Books

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